Dallmeier Substantial Relief For Personnel Stress

It is impossible to imagine the police carrying out their daily duties without modern video technology. Even so, many solutions pose significant challenges for the police personnel because they cannot be operated without a substantial commitment of human resources. At the European Police Congress which will be held in Berlin on February 19 and 20, Regensburg-based company Dallmeier will demonstrate how video surveillance, observation and analysis can be conducted much more efficiently by combining innovative camera equipment and modern software. Another key topic will be solutions for partial automation of…

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Vanderbilt Navigating the 2019 Trends in Intrusion

For many organizations across the world, intrusion alarms and detection are at the center of their focus for establishing a comprehensive security plan, and the numbers support this. The European perimeter intrusion detection systems market alone is set to see growth at a rate of 15.7 percent annually through 2024, due in part to the growing demand for video surveillance, remote access via the cloud and wireless technology to help enhance security systems. 2019 Intrusion detection trends Perhaps the biggest trend across the security industry – and especially for intrusion…

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Sofradir & ULIS To Invest €150M in French Nano 2022 Program

Five-year investment to develop next-generation infrared detectors aims to strengthen Europe’s microelectronics ecosystem and ensure industry growth. Sofradir and its subsidiary ULIS have announced their participation in the Nano 2022 initiative, which sees the Group invest €150M ($171M) over the period 2018-2022. This announcement follows the European Commission’s approval on December 18, 2018 of the ‘Important Project of Common European Interest’ (IPCEI), a joint project by France, Germany, Italy and the UK to give €1.75 billion (approx. $2bn) in public support for research and innovation in microelectronics. Nano 2022 is…

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Intelligent Video: The Key to Transforming in-Store Shopping Experience

The retail sector has been felling the disruptive impact of e-commerce more than the most. The inevitable costs of staffing, rent, maintenance and daily operations has left traditional brick-and-mortar stores struggling to stay dynamic and compete effectively with their more agile online counterparts. Not only that, but the one competitive advantage of physical retail outlets – being able to provide a more personal customer experience – has also taken a hit in recent years, thanks to the lack of in-store and operational efficiency. Customers find it hard to locate the…

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